FUTA Biology POST-UTME Practice Test/Exam

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FUTA BIOLOGY QUIZ

Federal University of Technology Akure. If and only if you're willing to gain admission to this University then you should take this test seriously and start serious preparation.

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In evolution,analogous structures are significant because they show..

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Which of the following statement reflects the mechanism of natural selection?

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The following are greenhouse gases except

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8. Renewable natural resources of the environment that can be conserved include the following except

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7.The relationship between the retina and the brain is similar to that between the...

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6. A pulse is best described as..

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5. Excretion in paramecium sp. Is by diffusion because....

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4. An organism which operates at the cellular level of organization carries out its physiological activities by using it's

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which of this following can be described as a direct evidence of evolution

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Loam is the best type of soil for crop production because

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The relationship between a herbivore and the bacteria which live in their caecum is known as....

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ABOUT THE FUTA POST UTME PRACTICE EXAM/TEST

The FUTA Biology POST-UTME Practice Test was designed by Team ExamBurners to fight poor performance in Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA). We have done our research and we were able to identify the problem and challenges of FUTA Aspirants. This FUTA POST UTME Practice Test was selected from several past years and suggested future FUTA Post UTME CBT Test.

REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD START PREPARING FOR FUTA POST UTME EXAM

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BENEFITS OF TAKING THIS FUTA POST UTME PRACTICE EXAM

  1. You will be able to identify your strength and flaws.
  2. You will gain more confidence from partaking in this Post Utme practice test.
  3. There’s a saying… Reading without practicing questions is like pouring water in a leaking bucket! Hence Practicing past questions and predicted questions (Suggested) is a technical approach to smart studying. Start working smarter.

 

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TERMINOLOGIES USED IN FUTA BIOLOGY PRACTICE QUESTIONS

  1. A greenhouse gas (GHG or GhG) is a gas that absorbs and emits radiant energy within the thermal infrared range, causing the greenhouse effect. The primary greenhouse gases in Earth’s atmosphere are water vapor (H 2O), carbon dioxide (CO 2), methane ( CH 4), nitrous oxide ( N 2O), and ozone (O3).
  2. Excretion, the process by which animals rid themselves of waste products and of the nitrogenous by-products of metabolism
  3. Evolution is change in the heritable characteristics of biological populations over successive generations. 
  4. Diffusion is the process of movement of molecules under a concentration gradient
  5. Pulse: The rhythmic dilation of an artery that results from beating of the heart

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FUTA Post UTME Past Questions and Answers for 2007

1. The reabsorption of water from ingested food occurs in one of the following

(a) small intestine (b) large intestine (c) stomach (d) duodenum.

2. The important of green plants in the environment is that they (a) supply food (b) provide shelter (c) purify the air (d) beautify the landscape.

3. What is the shape of the human red blood cell? (a) biconcave (b) convex(c) flat (d) irregular.

4. Excretion of metabolic wasters in Amoeba sp is by (a) ultrafiltration (b) diffusion (c) deamination (d) phagocytosis.

5. An important component of cells walls of plant is (a) chitin (b) cellulose (c) lignin (d) resin .

6. A monosaccharide (a) sucrose (b) glucose (c) DNA (d) cellulose.

7. Plants that shed their leaves at the one of the growing season are (a) deciduous (b) dicots (c) monocot (d) monoecious.

8. Animals without backbones an refereed to as (a) inanimate (b) invertebrate (c) acoelolate (d) acellular.

9. Animals that eat both meat and plant materials in their diets are: (a) carnivores (b) omnivores (c) gramnivores (d) poikilothermic.

10. Teeth used for biting are called: (a) premolars (b) molars (c) canines (d) incisors.

Answers To FUTA Post UTME Past Questions (2007)

1. B 2. C 3. A 4. B 5. B

6. B 7. A 8. B 9. B 10. D.

Explanations to Answers:

1. In the large intestine, undigested food passes into the colon & water is absorbed (B)

2. Plants take in carbon (IV) oxide & give out oxygen by doing this plant purify the air by removing excess CO2 from the environment (C).

3. Human red blood cell is concave in shape (A)

4. This is by simple diffusion (B)

5. Plant cell has cellulose cell wall (B)

6. A monosaccharide is a simple sugar & the only simple sugar here is glucose (B)

7. Deciduous plants shed their leaves at the end of every planting season (A)

8. These are invertebrate (B)

9. Ominivores animals (B)

10.The incisors are chisel-shaped. They are used for biting off pieces of food while premolar & molar have broad surfaces for grinding food (D)

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